I am trying to understand this but it's not going to well..
If I have two resistors connected to L2, L3 and N and look at the current in L2 and L3 and then remove the neutral, the current get's lower in L2 and L3. Why is that?

Do you have a schematic of what you're talking about? Is the resistor in series with the two inductors? Do you mean neutral as in ground?
KermMartian wrote:
Do you have a schematic of what you're talking about? Is the resistor in series with the two inductors? Do you mean neutral as in ground?

Neutral i ground.
If I have a set up like my Paint illustration and I for example messure L2 and L3 to 5 A and then remove the N conductor the current in L2 and L3 is now less then 5 A. Why does it get lower?

http://s17.postimg.org/w24u86gwf/l23.png

Thanks!
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If 5A is flowing from L2 to ground and another 5A is flowing from L3 to ground, and R=R, then the potential at L2 and L3 is both V=IR=5R volts. If you remove ground, then you have a series circuit from L2, through 2R, to L3. And if L2 and L3 are both at 5R volts, then the voltage difference across the two Rs is 0, and the current is therefore 0. Hope that helps.

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